The 1966 Chevrolet Corvair was very much its own unique car, and yet, we often compare it to so many others. The air-cooled rear engine gives it a VW and Porsche kind of uniqueness. There's even a sharp crease in the waistline that encircles the car that gives this the look of its contemporary Corvette. The same goes for the quad tail lights. And the sleek fastback style hardtop roof followed a similar line to the full-size Impala Sports Coupe. And all of these evocative details make this red coupe instantly attractive to basically every enthusiast. So while the Corvair is quite a unique part of American motoring history, this one also loves to fit in with every crowd. This is truly a driver's Corvair. The second generation upgraded the fully independent suspension to be more assured. This even has an upgraded set of torque thrust-style wheels that allows you to fit a much wider selection of modern tires. Plus, the motor is nicely engineered where the flat-four has a low center of gravity that also puts the majority of the weight behind the rear wheels. So like a Porsche or VW, it makes the most out of its power. You even get to harness it fully with the four-speed manual transmission. Starting to get the full picture? This Corvair Monza hardtop loves to be your real driving classic. So if you're ready to hit the road, it's time to grab this Chevy. Call today!!!
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